Charles Spurgeon was an English Particular Baptist preacher who was a powerful figure in the Reformed Baptist tradition. Hailed as the "Prince of Preachers", he was well respected by Christians of various denominations. He was pastor of the congregation of the New Park Street Chapel for almost four decades. He was the author of several books, sermons, and commentaries.
South African pastor Andrew Murray was the son of a Scottish missionary who was sent to South Africa. A co-founder of the South African General Mission, he had also been involved in the Reveil revival movement. He later transformed his church to an institution for the Afrikaner Volk.
Richard Foxe was an English churchman who served as the Bishop of Exeter, Durham, and Winchester. He is credited with establishing the prestigious Corpus Christi College, Oxford. A close associate of Henry Tudor, Richard Foxe played an important role in carrying out the Peace of Etaples between Henry VII Tudor and Charles VIII Valois of France.